Grow Up In Portland

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    Third Class presents a 20-song, double LP, on black vinyl. Enjoy the poetic journey through Ohio innocence on this amazing grand opus of indie balladry.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Virginia's Playlist via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    Get all 11 Third Class releases available on Bandcamp and save 35%.

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Virginia's Playlist, You're Sick, Radio To Cassette, Being And A Ball, Hymns From Some Small Town, Seattle Stars, Cold Morning Light, The Red Wheelbarrow, and 3 more. , and , .

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lyrics

(I feel like that's the way Portland is. You know, I start getting adjusted to it. But, in Wichita, we started feeling real comfortable. After 3 years, you'd probably feel comfortable anywhere...) driving in Seattle in the early morning night. I'm a little rattled as I stop at the red light. It's important to go down south, 'cause, in Portland, I'll find the house my parents lived in, hospital I was born in. I've got to go get sworn in, find my way back to Portland, I gotta grow up. Crossing over bridges, busking on Alberta Street, "Losing My Religion" playing as I sit and eat, this is more than I could expect. This is Portland, cause and effect. I see the buildings, things my dad must have been learning, things that satisfy my yearning. This place gets my heart churning. I gotta grow up (I am the grown-up Lee...okay.).

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from Virginia's Playlist, released January 1, 2017
Lee Boyle - Lyrics, Vocals, 2-String Guitar, Synthesizer, Record Player / Jack Boyle - 6-String Guitar, Sampling / Pepe Parish - 4-String Bass Guitar / Karen Boyle - Lyrics, Vocals

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Third Class Youngstown, Ohio

Happy songs with sad lyrics, two-string riffs, wonky beats, and fuzzy tones, Third Class makes quirk-pop music in Ohio, going strong since 1999.

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